Costas Simitis

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Kostas Simitis
Κωνσταντίνος Σημίτης
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Prime Minister of Greece
In office
22 January 1996 – 10 March 2004
PresidentKostis Stephanopoulos
Preceded byAndreas Papandreou
Succeeded byKostas Karamanlis
President of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement
In office
30 June 1996 – 8 February 2004
Preceded byAndreas Papandreou
Succeeded byGeorge Papandreou
Minister of Industry, Energy, Research and Technology
In office
13 October 1993 – 15 September 1995
Prime MinisterAndreas Papandreou
Preceded byVasileios Kontogiannopoulos
Succeeded byAnastasios Peponis
Minister of Trade
In office
13 October 1993 – 15 September 1995
Prime MinisterAndreas Papandreou
Preceded byVasileios Kontogiannopoulos
Succeeded byNikolaos Akritidis
Minister of National Education and Religious Affairs
In office
23 November 1989 – 13 February 1990
Prime MinisterXenophon Zolotas
Preceded byKonstantinos Despotopoulos
Succeeded byKonstantinos Despotopoulos
Minister of National Economy
In office
26 July 1985 – 27 November 1987
Prime MinisterAndreas Papandreou
Preceded byGerasimos Arsenis
Succeeded byPanagiotis Roumeliotis
Minister of Agriculture
In office
21 October 1981 – 26 July 1985
Prime MinisterAndreas Papandreou
Preceded byAthanasios Kanellopoulos
Succeeded byIoannis Pottakis
Personal details
Born (1936-06-23) 23 June 1936 (age 83)
Piraeus, Greece
Political partyPanhellenic Socialist Movement
Spouse(s)Daphni Arkadiou
ChildrenFiona
Marilena
Alma materUniversity of Marburg
London School of Economics
WebsiteOfficial website

Konstantinos G. "Costas" Simitis (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Γ. Σημίτης; born 23 June 1936), sometimes called Costas Simitis or Kostas Simitis (Κώστας Σημίτης), is a Greek politician. He served as Prime Minister of Greece and was leader of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) from 1996 to 2004.[1]

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  1. Eleftherotypia, Psycho, To tris examartein, 19/11/1996

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